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to the streets today from new york to new delhi london to kartomb. they interrupted their day to demand an end to violence. those were protesters chanting we are part of the 1 billion and rising in kabul afghanistan just today. the movement is called 1 billion and rising. the founder is none other than play wright eve the woman lined the vagina monologue. they saided to go big. joining me now to discuss this global initiative and other news of the day is kelly goff, the political correspondent comes to us from new york city. welcome inside the "the war room," kelly. >> it's great to be back. >> michael: i want to talk about these marchs, but in this country it all comes under the guise of the violence against women act. the senate voted to reauthorize the violence against women act now it goes back to the house where it was blocked just last year. do you think what is happening today, the movements like this will help the backwoods g.o.p. come to their senses? >> well, it should. i don't know that i'm hopeful that it will, but it should. let me tell i couldn't. not only are women doing this in
her if she deenjoys denying callers. >> wants to go to london. >> joy: you're like the little grinch, aren't you? >> i get pleasure out of it. i really have to approve you? i so want to deny you. >> joy: alec baldwin goes ballistic yet again. president obama spends a few hours on the links with tiger woods. more "viewpoint" with john fuglesang right after this. break the ice with breath-freshening cooling crystals. ice breakers. >> john: a youtube video of a senator has gone viral. instead, it is a video of senator elizabeth warren, still sounds nice to say that, doing what she was sent to washington to do. at her first hearing as a member of the senate banking committee last week, elizabeth warren, our new senator from massachusetts and according to rolling stone's matt taibbi and me, the future president of the united states did not disappoint. >> the question i really want to ask is about how tough you are. about how much leverage you really have in the settlements and what i would like to know is tell me a little bit about the last few times you've taken the biggest financial in
." hi jen. >> caller: hi, steph. calling from london. >> stephanie: london calling. go ahead. >> caller: i watch you on stream. i'm half irish half cube on. i was born and raised in miami. rubio doesn't represent all latinos or cubans. they're now voting democrat. he was just -- a lot of the things he said yesterday was so -- >> stephanie: he does represent people who are really thirsty. people that are dehydrated. >> yes. >> yeah. >> stephanie: thank you honey. a lot of hollywood celebrities may support him because every other day -- >> lindsay lohan. >> stephanie: okay. >> marco rubio to the rescue. >> you sweat a lot in miami. you need to replenish. >> stephanie: mike in brooklyn. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, i've been trying to get through to you for about a month. >> stephanie: i'm playing hard to get. i knew you would fall for it. >> caller: what can i tell you? i was really curious about the nra not wanting this universal -- this list of universal registrations. because the nra has it. and the nra -- that's the way they bug us to join them. i used to be a
to a human being. >> great idea for a ride at the abbottabad. go straight to hell. >> streets of london. you just go straight to hell. >> stephanie: 40 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: she's the life of the democratic party. ignore the lampshade. it's "the stephanie miller show." documentaries that are real, gripping, current. (vo) next, current tv is the place for compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. irene, drop the itch. we dropped the itch, you can too. with maximum strength scalpicin®. it's not a shampoo so you can stop intense itch fast wherever you are. i dropped the itch. free yourself from embarrassing scalp itch. drop the itch with maximum strength scalpicin®. also available scalpicin®
to work with paul a couple of times in london and new york, and that's the most shocking thing about him is how real he is. he is really real. >> stephanie: you can forgive them for thinking it was probably a crazy hobo on the train. oh, my god! it's you. okay. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: other celebrity news simon cowell, to launch a new cooking show. >> another great. >> stephanie: yeah, he wants to broadcast a competition reality food show, so find the best home cooked meal with the winning dish being sold in top supermarkets. >> you call this water? i'm sorry. i'm not refreshed. >> that was the worst souffle i have ever seen. it is flatter than the ratings for kitchen nightmares. >> stephanie: a little pitchy. >> although he hasn't been on "american idol" in five years. >> oh, he hasn't? really? i'm happy to have not noticed. >> barbara walter will be returning to "the view." she fell and cut her head got a concussion, and then came down with chickenpox. he called into the show and said hello, my dolls i miss you. i talk to you ever day, i jo
games. they'll drop one sport based on criteria listed in a report on last summer's games in london look at tv ratings ticket sales and global participation among other factors. top sports rumored to be on the chopping block are the pentathlon, a combination of fencing, horse riding, swimming, running and shoeing and taekwondo. the last sports to be removed were softball to make way for rugby and golf which are making their first appearances in rio in 2016. >> officials have commented this morning, they say it is wrestling. they're dropping wrestling. >> bill: no! whoa. that's as old as -- >> that's one of the oldest ones that they have. but apparently when you look at viewership, people aren't watching much wrestling. >> which athlete is more disliked? lance armstrong or mantei te'o? they're on top of a nielsen poll of the top ten disliked athletes in america. and any guesses as to who -- it is lance armstrong. he's number one. he's liked by only 15% of respondents. following te'o the number three most disliked tiger woods who has not been forgiven for his infidelity. not as bad as him
the front desk and you could tell them that. he was five hours ahead in london and called her to tell the hotel because he was out of toilet paper. instead of dialing the assistant, it would have been one number, front desk for housekeeping toilet paper. >> that's all you have to do. >> hi, help me, i'm on a can very well cruise. [ farting sounds ] stephanie: ron you're on the show. hi, ron. caller: i think you ought to be nominated for some type of saint for your patience in dealing with these right wing gumbos. stephanie: thank you. we have a lot of n.r.a. moles calling this morning, i believe. caller: i used to own a gun and i enjoyed firing, i liked doing it at a range and i'll still go once in a while if i have a chance but this garbage about they can't put up with any type of laws, and slippery slopes are coming to take your guns, i can't believe owe he oh i mean, i know there's been a dumbing down of america for 30 years but. stephanie: i speak for all of us when i say -- right. caller: i think you try to reason with them, but i got to tell you when he says four plus four is fi
ran to abandon its nuclear program. secretary kerry in london urged opposition forces to join in the talks in rome which so far they have threatened to boycott because they're not getting enough help from the international community. u.n. says at least 70,000 people have been killed so far in serious two-year long -- in syria's two-year long civil war. >> we condemn this indiscriminate killing of innocent civilians. we condemn it in the strongest terms. it is just further evidence that assad has to go. >> a big trial starts today for bp and other companies to figure out who will have to pay how much in the big oil spill in the gulf in 2010 that turned out to be the largest in our nation's history. bp says it has already spent more than $24 billion and plans to spend $42 billion more on spill-related expenses but the federal government, gulf states and other plaintiffs are asking the judge and hoping they'll fine the oil and gas company liable for more. bash yea is planning to break the trial into two parts. first will focus on what caused the oil rig explosion and figure out w
important one not to get too gnarly. takes away direct deposits and the london wales, 2008. pushing back against mortgage reform and break breaking up the too big to fail institutions. even sandy wile has had to do that. banking is back. the fact that they are making money is -- if they were losing money it would be worse for the economy at some level. they are making money when the rest of the economy isn't doing very well. >> bill: you and i have talked about this before. i still don't get it while wall street showing the biggest profits ever not just in banking. basically across the board but they are all against obama. they have never had it so good. they are all against obama. >> bill: >> now, you are in the world of psychology, not logic. beats me, bill. i have no idea. they should be singing his praises. >> bill: so sequester minus one. i mean all john boehner could add yesterday was the senate has to get off of its ass. we passed two bills last year. they seem determined to let it happen. right? is that how you read it? >> that's how i see it.
come every time you come around my london bridge want to come down ♪ >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 50 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. lloyd in florida you're on "the stephanie miller show." hey, lloyd. >> good morning stephanie. >> caller: i just wanted to let you know i've become a big fan of your show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: one thing real quick. they all have dealt with the fox news model. they just sit there with polls and views and scream at each other. they do it again in the next segment. by the end of the day, you have no clue who's right and who's wrong unless you're aware. other than that, you're sitting there looking at people scream at each other. >> stephanie: the sequestration was a perfect example where they say both sides are equally valid. no. the president and democrats have offered all of the spending cuts. they're saying oh, they won't meet them. they've met them more than halfway. anyway let's dive into the right-wing world and get more, shall we, kids? rush limbaugh on t
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